Bryan Wilson, 19, was sentenced to 10-20 years in prison for the September 2015 rape of a 14-year-old West High School student in a seldom used hallway at the school. No details of the case were released until last week when Hillsborough County Attorney Dennis Hogan sent out a press release stating Wilson was found guilty of one count of Aggravated Felonious Sexual Assault during an April 2017 trial and was sentenced last week.   

The New Hampshire Coalition Against Domestic and Sexual Violence released a statement to NH1 News saying:

"We commend the victim in this case for her bravery in coming forward. Her strength has shed light on the glaring need for schools to improve their prevention efforts and prioritize student safety. It is cases like these that highlight the importance of prevention education in our schools. Each of NH's 13 crisis centers work with schools in their communities to implement age-appropriate prevention programming that aims to give students, faculty, and administrations the necessary tools to keep their student body safe. We strongly encourage school officials to reach out to their local crisis center to bring this critical programming to their campus and to develop model policies and procedures to prevent such horrific crimes from taking place in the future. "

When asked about the timing of the released information, almost two years after the rape, NHCADSV declined to comment.